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  1. Re: FT: DERBY COUNTY 1 - 1 CARDIFF CITY. Match thread

    We have so little quality it's embarrassing. There's no way currently that we could have a period of sustained pressure. It's just whack it forward and hope it falls for us. And why on earth Whyte is...
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    Re: GLAMMY

    102-7 !!
    another 200 odd to win, so another defeat it is. It seems to be the way these days just like England that no-one will just occupy the crease. Glamorgan have only faced 20 odd overs.
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    Re: Geoff Boycott

    We're all allowed an opinion. I don't remember Illingworth getting a knighthood for winning out in Australia back in 1970, nor Gatting in 86. Brearley was captain of England in arguably the greatest...
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    Re: Geoff Boycott

    For purely cricket reasons it is well deserved. Why Andrew Strauss has got one is way beyond my understanding.
  5. Re: Last nights game brings a sharp focus to where we are at

    I hate to say it, but I think it's reached the stage where I may stop going to the cup games. Over the years I've always looked forward to cup matches against clubs we don't often play. Ok, we played...
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    Re: Ashes - 3rd Test

    The greatest innings i have ever seen. Ben Stokes you are a genius
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    Re: Ashes - 3rd Test

    At a much much lower standard I got dragged out of retirement a few weeks ago to help my club 2xi out. I was a decent enough club cricketer but never an outstanding batsman. It was interesting after...
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    Re: Ashes 2nd Test

    My missus can't believe that I've sat In front of the telly the whole weekend watching the cricket. Considering that was Jofra Archers first test, his introduction has been a thunderbolt to test...
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    Where's Wales Today tonight?

    Seem to have the Irish version on my telly.

    Hope they have some fit piece to do their weather
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    Re: Rhys Boggis - sad news

    RIP Rhys. Thoughts are with all the family.
  11. Re: What music do you associate with 'going down the City'?

    It's funny what memories stick in your mind, but I remember in the famous Hereford game in 1976, when sat at the back of the Canton Stand, they played "Oh What a Night" by The Four Seasons. Whenever...
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    Re: Education

    I'm glad to hear I'm not the only one who has that nightmare. I regularly wake up panicking that i haven't revised for either my finals, or my accountancy exams. 30 years since I last sat an exam but...
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    Re: RIP Malcolm Nash

    Just like others have said he was a boyhood hero of mine opening the bowling for Glamorgan. When he had Mike Brearley first ball in the Gillette Cup final in 1977 I thought Glamorgan were about to...
  14. Re: Who's the best Championship/Division 1 team you've seen City play

    Reading gets my vote too. They gave us two hidings that season.
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    Re: CCFC kiosks go cashless

    Does this tie in with us coming to the end of our contract with Compass? I may be wrong but I thought that was up this summer.
  16. Re: England 42-6 against Ireland and............

    Just read that that's the third time England have been bowled out in a session in the last three years. Prior to that the last time it happened was 1938.
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    Re: Cricket World cup

    I don't think they did mess up. The run didn't come from the throw, it came from the act of hitting Stokes. The rule states the run counts if the the batsmen had crossed at the time of the throw or...
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    Re: England win the world cup

    My proudest sporting moment was making my debut for Wales against the MCC. Seeing the Welsh Dragon flying above the ground each day for me was emotional. And if I'd been any good, to play for England...
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    Re: Cricket World cup

    Twat!!:hehe::hehe:
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    Re: Cricket World cup

    Turned on the telly at 9 this morning. 12 hours later still watching it. What a fantastic final. I feel so sorry for the Kiwis but so pleased for Ben Stokes and the whole England team. And to have it...
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    Re: Today's friendlies.

    Got Dragged out of retirement to play cricket today in Abercynon. There was a proper pre season football friendly going on on the adjoining football pitch. There just doesn't seem to be a close...
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    Re: England v Australia.

    Jason Roy's batting is fantastic to watch. Such a clean hitter, he really is box office. Disappointed by his reaction when he was given out, as ok he didn't hit it. But I don't recall him being a...
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    Re: OT Smart Phones

    I've just come back from a week in Majorca. (Pleased to say I didn't spot a certain message board owner over there!)

    Me and my missus were as usual sat in a bar the one evening. There was a bloke...
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    Re: Orlando/Miami

    Me and my missus got married out in the Florida Keys about 15 Years ago. On the morning of the wedding my sister rang me from Orlando to say she wasn't coming down to the wedding, as the space...
  25. Re: Itís gonna be hotter today than....,,,,

    I love the Bryn Bach run. 2 and a bit laps around that beautiful lake is a lovely start to a Saturday morning. The Merthyr one I feel a bit sorry for as it's been squeezed in behind the sports...
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